The egyptian priests at Sais told the greek historian Solon (later reported to Plato who wrote in his book Timaeus) that the Flood of Deucalion and Pyrrha was just one of many floods which had devastated much of the world in ancient times, the priests then saying to Solon circa 600 b.c. that the flood which consumed legendary Atlantis was the greatest of them all and preceded the Flood of Deucalion by many thousands of years.
However the ancient egyptians never reported a global flood which covered the entire world as was the Flood of Deucalion because the ancient egyptians said that Neith/Athena (really Ham’s wife Naamah) prevented the global flood intended by Ra (Adam/Atum Ra), so the greek legend of the Flood of Deucalion, according to the egyptians, was not the same flood reported by the hebrews, which was Noah’s Flood, and the greeks (the Flood of Deucalion), that flood which completely covered the earth, but was a lesser flood (according to the egyptians) than the flood which consumed Atlantis (when the ice age ended).
In the book of Timaeus by Plato, the egyptian priests were reported to have said that Solon stated that there was only one great flood in ancient greek history, the Flood of Deucalion, however, Solon and then Plato no doubt were well aware of the ancient flood at the time of king Ogyges, which consumed much of Greece, that same flood called the Flood of Dardanus, in the timeframe of those two ancient greek kings circa 1400 b.c., yet that flood was not cited in Timaeus (for whatever reason) in order to have contested what the egyptian priests were saying.
Since the Flood of Deucalion was said to have covered the earth (the same as Noah’s Flood), and since the flood of Ogyges/Dardanus occurred in bronze age times, comporting with the trireme ships, weaponry and city building in the Atlantis story in Plato’s books Timaeus and Critias, it should be obvious to all that the flooding of Atlantis (and much of Greece) was when the ice age ended, the ice age having been caused by the warmer ocean, geothermally heated, in the aftermath of Noah’s Flood, the Flood of Deucalion. Refer for more to http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.